The 2001-'02 syndicated season is off to a disappointing start, with the first three series to hit the air -- Buena Vista TV's "Iyanla," Studios USA's "Crossing Over With John Edward" and Columbia…
It's shaping up to be a fresh and freaky Friday on the nets this fall, with three broadcasters starting from scratch on the night and a fourth nearly doing the same.
Sony has joined Universal in granting video-on-demand rights for movies to pay-per-view/video-on-demand service In Demand beginning Sunday.
Brian Walton, who served as SAG's lead negotiator for the new film-TV contract, has offered a strong endorsement of the union's nascent efforts to extend its contract beyond the United States.
The WB is no longer feeling the blues -- "Baby Blues," that is. Frog has decided to shelve the entire 13-episode second season of the animated laffer as well as six segs held over from the skein's…
With the debut of "Matrix Reloaded" not expected until May 2003, Warner Bros. is trying to keep interest in the franchise stoked by introducing a 2-1/2-hour documentary on the movie and its sequels…
Shares of Blockbuster tumbled more than 7% Monday on a new round of investor jitters that the growth of video-on-demand heralds an uncertain future for the video rental chain. It's a worry that…
At some point in the 1980s, Burt Reynolds came face to face with the fact that maybe he shouldn't keep trying to play the kind of leading-man roles that had been his stock-in-trade for more than 30…
Festivals are never just about the movies, or about the people who program them: They're a vibrant meeting place where filmmakers, critics, curators and buyers mingle.
What do "Boys Don't Cry," "Memento," "Beau Travail," "Being John Malkovich" and "Pollock" have in common? All five pics had their world premieres at recent editions of the Venice Intl. Film Festival.